What is a bucket list single mum travels blog
Everyone has heard it but what is a bucket lis? How do you get started and create one and best of all check off your list? Here I tell you how to make a bucket list and live it. My bucket list consisted of two things; places I wanted to visit that inspired me and secondly things I wanted to experience in my life.
In need of tips for single parents traveling, any parent knows that traveling with young children isn’t the easiest of the things. At times, it can be outright challenging, especially if you’re a single parent. But most parents are known to be resourceful which is why we know they would love any tip or suggestion that would make traveling with children easier and much more fun! Here's the top 20 tips for single parents traveling.
Travel Safety Guidelines For a Globetrotting Mom-to-be While most pregnant women will find it strange and unsafe to travel when they are carrying a growing child inside their tummy. Here are some travel safety guidelines for a globetrotting mom-to-be. This information should not be taken as medical advice. Experts revealed that it’s totally fine to go on a trip or what most call nowadays as ‘babymoon.’ In fact, travelling by plane is also safe before the 36th week of pregnancy, as noted by Mayo Clinic. See my top tips and advice on flying with a baby, after 25+ flights with a baby...
How to Pack for Pregnant Travel - 5 Suggestions There’s no doubt you deserve a well-earned break before your little one arrives. Here are 5 tips for packing while pregnant. There are plenty of extra things to consider, pregnancy has the potential to turn packing into a minefield. Take the stress out of it with our suggestions and you’ll be able to enjoy a relaxing trip. (Remember: Travel is normally prohibited after 36 weeks, sooner if there have been any complications or if you’re expecting more than one baby.)   (Photo by Rui Silvestreon Unsplash)   1) Prepare your travel documents Pregnancy means you’ll need extra...
Too Much Luggage Single Mum Travels
As parents, we are always used to ensuring that we carry with us all the essentials on a day out. However, it gets trickier when travelling internationally. It can be almost impossible to physically carry everything we need; what our child needs; and the child as well! The last thing we want to do is make the decision to leave something behind to later regret it. Sometimes it’s not possible to carry all the items we want for a particular trip. I know from experience that carrying a child and a heavy backpack around South America isn’t ideal. When adventuring in certain countries...
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